Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe
The Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe strives each day to secure a better future for its people; to protect its sovereignty and cultural heritage; to respect, learn from, and correct injustices of the past; and to define an economic and diplomatic framework with its neighbors for mutually beneficial relationships.
Chumayo is housed in a historic building originally constructed in 1912, after the Great Blue Lake Fire. It has been home to various taverns over the years. Many people danced to great rock and roll music and drank heartily from the bar of “Walt’s Friendly Tavern” until it closed its doors in the 1980’s.
Mad River Hatchery
Free hatchery tours are offered during spawning season (generally January through March), from 8:30 am until 11:00 am — rain or shine (tours are 30 minutes long). School groups and the general public are encouraged to attend.
Dell’Arte International is the work of an extraordinary community of artists located amidst the majestic redwoods and rugged beauty of California’s Redwood Coast.
City of Blue Lake
Though founded years earlier, the city itself was incorporated in 1910 and has a current estimated population of 1135 living in an area of around .6 square miles. The city has a small downtown business district as well as an industrial park, but most residents are employed outside of town, primarily in the nearby cities of Arcata and Eureka.
Humboldt Bay Tourism Center
Humboldt Bay Tourism Center was founded in 2013 as an innovative approach to visitor services in Humboldt County. Our goal is to connect tourists and locals with the very best our region has to offer.